0-6 months

Breast milk substitutes

When breast milk is not an option, what are the alternatives for babies aged 0-6 months?

Bottle feeding

When breast milk isn’t an option and cows’ milk isn’t suitable, infant formula milk is the only accepted substitute for babies aged 0-6 months.

Feeding problems

There are a wide range of feeding problems that can occur in breastfed and bottle fed babies

Ask the experts: 0-6 months

Pharmacy teams are asked for advice on a wide range of infant feeding topics. So how do the experts suggest you respond to these common queries?

Test your knowledge: 0-6 months

This module focuses on infant feeding from birth to six months.

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